Broadstone Lodge Guest House

1 Broadstone Park, Inverness, IV2 3JZ, United Kingdom
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Sign board for paths around Inverness (March 2009)Sign board for paths around Inverness (March 2009)

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Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew (Nverness, U.K.)Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew (Nverness, U.K.)

Travel Tips for Inverness

Scenic route down Loch Ness

by Waylon

If transport is by automobile it is worth the time to take the journey from Inverness down the A82 to Fort William along the banks of Loch Ness and Loch Lochy. It is a beautiful and very scenic drive especially on a bright sunny day. It takes about 2 hours and is well worth the time. Taking in such towns as Drumnadrochit, Invermoriston, Fort Augustus and Spean Bridge. So much to see and do regarding Nessie museums, craft and gift shops, whiskey shops, castles including the 13th century Urquhart Castle just a stones throw from Drumnadrochit on the banks of Loch Ness.
Another possibility of this trip is to take one of the Jacobite cruises that leave Inverness on a regular basis throughout the day and travel the length of Loch Ness calling at Urquhart Castle. There are half day and full day trips available aboard boats which travel Loch Ness. Great for photography and trying to catch that million dollar photo of "Nessie".
Another trip worth the time is on the A87 through Glen Moriston. This can be done from travelling the A82 to Invermoriston and them following the A887 out to the Isle of Skye. Again breathtaking scenery. This road travels along Loch Cluanie taking in the villages of Shiel Bridge, Balmacara and Kyle of Lochalsh before crossing the bridge to Skye. The majestic castle Eilean Donan can also be found along this route on the banks of Loch Duich by the village of Dornie.


by margaretvn

The battlefield of Culloden is not far from Inverness and is worth visiting. The visiters centre is really interesting and a walk through the battlefield with its informative signs is a must. It gives a very good impressive of what happened that day.
look at:
as this internet site gives a fantastic overview of the history of the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie in the last battle on Brittish soil.
This picture is "The Battle of Culloden" by Mark Churms


by Redang

"The Capital of the Highlands"

Maybe this city doesn't have too much to see compared to other cities in Great Britain or Scotland itself, hoewer, I think it's nice to spend at least one full day. Furthermore, it's a perfect place to explore the Highlinds and Loch Ness. Have a look at my "Off the ..." tips.

Circumnavigating Scotland - Part 2

by daarth

"July 9 – Inverness"

"July 9 – Inverness"

From the ships’ logbook:
09:45 BST: Yesterday was a real tough day. We had the wind right against us at force 9. The engine overheated. The 1st tacked (zigzagged) with the storm jib and 2 reefs in the mainsail. The strong current made big waves. I was trying to repair the engine and hang on at the same time. After 2-3 hours the engine is running again. Right now we are eating breakfast. There is a lot to attend to and repair onboard.

From the ships’ logbook:
2035: Food and "drink" has been carried onboard and we are at good spirits. A shower and the Pub is next. Right now we are eating chocolate pudding with a splash of whisky (??!!!)
The night is young and the place is Inverness. What's will happen before we bunk?

From the ships’ logbook:
00:15 Correction, 23:15 BST The first Pub is tested. The Pubs own ale is tested. OK, actually real good! Met a gang of English yachtsmen that told us horror stories of Americans in hired boats navigating the locks sideways. They recommended us to use all the fenders we owned. Next point on our program is a shower before we bunk. The skipper is at it, and then it will be my turn. Will be great to feel how it feels without salt all over you.

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